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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
PKOFSSSIONAI, Notioe is hereby giten that Mr William Brocket, solicitor, haviiifr taken into partnership Ur Walter Kemp, ttaixbuineta will in future be carried, oa under the «tyl) BROCKET and KEMP. ; SOLICITORS, . '2237 C0LLIN5 STREET, MELBOURNE. 36 Paisley r Street, Footscray. Tbukhokbs—3481 Central ; —349 Footacmy, Trait Fas da to lead at Carreat Rate ^ IVIR JAMES HALLi Solicitor and Conveyancer LOMBARD BUILDINGS QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE :: Telephone—3273 Central, OFFICE:—Mr C- Farnbachla offices, Irving Street Footscray, and Anderson Street, Yarraville. Mr Hall attends Footscray office on'j Mondays and Thursdays (court morning) between 9 and: 10 a.m. to see his clients. Has Trust Monies to lend on free-1 hold Security. gECOMB WOODFULLl " SOLICITORS . J A. „C. Secomb—Commissioner, of Supreme Court Victoria. Sth Aus tralia, New Zealand i. ' A. H. WOODFULL, L.L.M, Commissioner W. A. Town Office—Prell'B Buildings, 60 Queen St, Melb. Phone 5705 Mr Secomh's private residence is: Buckley ...
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
WIT AMVHUMOCK. Traveller'Here,' landlord. wb&tY he matter with your dog? I've driven liin away, a dozen times. bi t. lie al ways comcs;back again.and bits close &lt;5 my chair watching every mouthful [ take. l)o turn him out " and let me lave my iinner in peace!' Landlord: 'Ah, sir, my Carlo ia such t knowing brute! X expect you hava jot the plate he generally eiits- off!' 'What's a counter-irritant?' asked Vrrs Smith. ' % 'A: counter-irritant,' replied her hus band, 'S3 "-a wom.ati vi lin makes the Shopmai) -pull, down- every tin ug: from /the shelves 'for .two;hour?;- and- thei. buys a' pemiy worth: of hairpins !' ^vcr.' it was'fouhd that he died pen iiless: His ivi.'l was very brief. It rim. as follows: • 'In the, irune-of' God, Amen. There'f^ only one thing I leave. 1 leave tin* earth: Jlv relatives always want, ?d that. The 'we it.' One . day a c. appeared on c cab-rank wearing h hat that nearlj covered his head. 'Hollo, Jo,' remarked a fellow-cab man, 'come out...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
BUSINESS. DIRECTORY. ESPI,ANADE_HAUy, Beach Station, Williamstown (J. W. Greenev. Sde Proprietor,) The most up-to-date in the Town. To let for Socials, Concerts, Dances. Weddings and Meetings. Tele. 186 W'stown. Dancing every Saturday Night. BANKO OINTMENT—One trial will prove it a healing salve for animal wounds • It cures galls while the horse is worked. Sold in tins one shilling and upwards. Depot 124 Barkly St, Footscray.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
liefore purchasing boot* sad: dkoes' inspect STEELS Boot Emporium, opposite the Jamea Coming Institute Yarraville. A11 leading manufact* urers, Marahall, Goodwear, Stafford, Etna and. otkera, in great variety. Price, tho loweat, fiualltjv the bast. Eetabllthed 88 ' Toil *nwjr gi turtfcr aad far 'onw.—Advt.
PERTINENT IMPERTINENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
PERTINENT IMPERTINENCE. " Yes, look at nic," said an orator, as he waxed eloquent. " Sixty years of nge—never bad a day's illness and can do my four miles an hour. .Why? Be cause I've lived a reg lar life. No luxuries for me. No late hours. Every day, summer aiid winter, I went to bed at nine, got up at five lived principally on porridge worked hard from eight to Dne, then dinner,'(hen an hour's walk I; ine exercise, and then-;— I "I say, guv'noi ," s.iid a man in the arowd, "wot was vou in for?"
ONLY NIGHT-CAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
ONLY NIGHT-CAPS. Custom Houso Officer: " Madam have you anything dutiable &lt;o declared Lady: "No; my trunk contains simply wearing apparel." . Officer. after .examination of. the. trunk: " What do you call these bottlei of whisky?" Lady: "Oh, those are niglit-capsi"
(All Rights Reserved.) ESTRANGED of the LOST HEIRESS of the CHAMPNEYS. PART 9. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
(All Rights Reserved.) LOST HEIRESS of the CHAMPNEYS. A Fascinating Romance, By the Author of "The Hampton Mystery," "'Sir Peter Eldon, &c. PAItT 9. "It is true, Dora." ho repeated, "but I never meant you to l now it. I thought I could keep it frcpi you alv.ays. You are as dear to me as if you were of my own blood,; dearer even than my son. My wife loved you with a mother's love. You have been the light of our home, the sweetest drop in the cup of my existence. It is needful that I should tell you this, darling 7" "1 never doubted your love," said Dora, sobbing- ''But I wanted to be; long to you, as I supposed X did. .And I have no claim on you at all. I belong to that hateful creature at the inn." . "No,! you don't," replied the squiro, folding her closer. "'You belong to me, and I shall never let you go from me except to brighten some good man's home. A few pounds will b«r the silence and the absence of Mrs. Narr." , , "But it won't buy back my lost happiness," cried Dora....
CHAPTER VIII THE COUSINS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
CHAPTER VIII THE COUSINS. On Ihe return of Felix Champney to ITorsham, after has visit to Chcs som Grange, as described, he found av.niting him the message from Lord Champney, sent ' o him at his cham bers in London,, and forwarded to him by his valet. To describe the emotions with which he read the telegram would bo a difficult task. Itage and fear pre dominated. "He has gone to Sa'talr, the love sick fool he mullcrcil. hna'vely. "Was it for this I l;cyt by his side all these " years, ma' '112 myself his drudge and secretary ? Was it for this I toiled and plar.n'.d ? Why, at any time since he le t' her, C'hamp n?y,, proud as lie was and is, v.o'.ild have come back and humbled himself to his wife, but that I artfully turned his relenting thoughts each time into sentiments of pride and anger, and mai'.e him ashamed of his weakness. Gone to Saltair ! I wonJer if his pro'.id wife too'-', him baclt ? I won der if she has overlooked the past, and tliey are lovers, agnin ? Oh, I could kil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. The best place to go for— . ironmongery, Crockery, Tinware etc. W. n. RIDOUTT 14 Anderson Street Y A RRAV I L L ——BBWA11TCB3— Large stock of Paints,! Oils, Colors and paperhangings, Estimates given for Painting, Paperhanging, General repairs FEDERAL BAKERY ANDERSON NT YARRAVII.LE e. KEsn^r-r, FANCY BREAD and BISCUIT BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, etc 3read delivered to all parts of Yarravllle Footscrav and Surrotindide District#. W. LA1NG, Junr Dairyman, - SomerviUe Rd, Yarraville East. Pure Milk Supplied to re'ideuts of tb&lt;> district twice daily.
Territorial Congress in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
Territorial Congress in Melbourne. j Many people have li'tie conception ol what n force the Salvation Army is in Victoria and Tasmania till they coinein touch with the Annual Territorial on gress held in Melbourne. Wilhin the past fortnight there li*ve been over 600 officers in Melbourne, besides 130 cadets istude ts) who have just entered the I raining College for this yea 's course of (raining. At the Congress welcome meet ing in the Town II,Ol on 2nd Aptil .130 i ad"ts were welcomed from all parts of Australia, and the delegates from the different states gave interesting ad dresses in connection wi'li their labors during the past 12 months, On the Saturday in the Exhibition Building over 1000 children were on the platform and gave a programme of 39 items of great interest, variety and beauty, there not being the slightest break or pause in it from 7,30 to 10.20. While one company were marching off after finishing their item, another was marching on, and the interest anil enthusia...
BEFORE THE COURT. REMANDED TO FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
| BEFORE THE COURT. | REMANDED TO FOOTSCRAY. Ruby Costello, the accusid woman, appeartd before the Cily Court on Thursday charged with having shot at with intent to mur der John Breheny. Constable Beattie gave evidence ot her arrest at Brunswick on in formation received that she had shot at Breheny in a shop at Yarravi'le 011 Wednesday. John Breheny stated that the accused pointed a revolver at him., but the -bullet missed, striking the wall ^ft above the ground. . While - Breheny: was speaking, . the accused' woman " exclaimed, "He is a bad man and has never l.etn known to sptak the truth." Questioned by Mr Green, who appeared for accused, the witness denied any intimate relations with ihe accused She had thrown vitrol over him about three years ago, and 12 months ago had' gone to his house creating a disturbance: fiis wife had given her in charge. Neither he nor his wife's life was safe. He was sure that the woman' had diliberately fired at him, Mr Green— This will be all denied. ...
Woman Fires A Shot In Local Shop. ANOTHER YARRAVILLE SENSATION. WOMAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
Woman Fires A Shot In Local Shop. ANOTHER . YA11IIAVILLE - SENSATION. - — WOMAN ARRESTED. — Yarraville was again.-thrown into a state of excitement yes terday, when another shooting case occured in the district. Shortly before ten o'clock yes terday morning, a man named Jack Breheny; married, who is about 35 years of -age, "and is employed as a driver by Messrs^ Marchant and Co, cordial man. ufacKurers, of Kichmond', wa9 serving a customer, Mrs S. Hampson, with soft drink at her shop, situated at the cor ner of Stephen and ScHield sts, Yarraville, when a woman rushed into the shop, and coolly taking . a revolver from a handbag she'had in-her pos session, was in the act! of firing at Breheny when he caught sight of her, and by a quick movement he was able to dodge the bullet, which embed ded. itself in the wall xof the shop, immediately at the; back of him. The wom an, after firing, the one shot, again rushed out of the shop, and was soon lost to sight. A description of the woman was...
Pirates Easter Camp [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
Pirates Easter Camp JT v. m Camp of the ^>>ates was held this year at Mvrniong a town situated on the Baliarat road , about 4 miles from Ballan, and J very enjoyable holiday was'spent. The party, numbering:about 25, left 830rand °° ,Thnrsday at 8 30 and arrived at their destination at 6.30. a.m. on Fnday morning, ■f f 2 a fmpi"8 ground was 3,.fn.d 'he "^mp was just, about to be pitched, when a lady appeared on the scene and informed the bovs that no campers were allowed to camp^ at the spot selected But after a while she very kindly gave her consent. The chief at once gave his orders, and in a very short time, the tents were pitched and things put into ship-shape order A mixed breakfast consisting of sausages, tins of Home Rule (.sar dines,; and Blue Cod was partaken of and most of the boys were soon sleeping peacefully after their all night ride. When called for din ner all were refreshed, and did capita! justice to the Ling Fish and potatoes. The Swalwell Bros, Bob Jim, and ...
LOCAL CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
LOCAL CRUMBS. Two -shooting cases have oc curred in Yarraville withiu a week. Full accounts are given on page 3. « # # « • On Tuesday next, at 12 Auder son street Yarraville, W. Gallant and Co. have been instructed to sell by auction, on account of Mrs Amiet, who is leaving- the district, household furniture and effects. ♦ » # * * A fine of 5/- was imposed on Michael O'Connell at theFootscray court on Thursday for having acted as a collector in Hyde street without a license. Constable Bar ber prosecuted. In the beauty competition being held at the Yarraville hall, the leaders are:—No 24.494; 16, 390: 13, 200; 3, 220; The winner will be announced at to-night's enter tainment. • • ■ • • A meeting of friends who are willing to assist in arranging a benefit entertainment in aid of the wife and family of Mr William Williains_(son of a late old Yarra vHIe'Identity, 1 'Masher'' Wil liams, ) who is lying in the hospital suffering from paralysis of the brain, will be held at Hegerty's hotel,...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
' £ RIFLE NOTES. -• *3KiXs>&lt;SX}X$> &lt;S^x5k5>^h To-day's shoot fir the Footscray Rifle Club will be 14 shots at 600 yds. for the 5th stage of the B. C Skidmore Shield. Owing to the handicappers being unable to meet in time for the Press, the handi caps will be given out on the range.
CONSTABLES PRAISED POLICE OFFICER'S COMMENDATION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
CONSTABLES! PRAISED POLICE OFmCUR'S COM MENDATION. The courage of the three Yar raville police who eliected the arrest of Thomas Paterson under such exciting circum stances on the ship "Killarney' berthed at the Yarraville wharf on Wednesday of Jast week, has been h ghly commended by .Inspector-^Superintendent llilne in ins remarks on the report furnished by Constable Barber. In referring to the conduct of Sergeant Wright and- (Jons tables Barber and Murphy he says:—"The annals of the Vic tjorian police history scarcely obtain a better interpretation of official resolution than the illustration herein made. ' It makes an officer feel proud of the men in whom he places con lidence to know that they re quite it by such a favora"hle discharge of their duties". The report with the comment has been returned to the officer in charge of the South Melb ourne district.
YARRAVILLE. SHOOTING CASES. Charge Against Paterson. COURT PROCEEDINGS. AACCUSED REMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 18 April 1914
YARRAVILLE. SHOOTING CASES. Charge Against Paterson. COURT' PROCEEDINGS. — ACCUSED ivj-iUAiNDED — When the panic of Thomas Paterson was called at the Pootscray (Jourt 011 Thursday, there was no response. Ser geant Smeicher informed the Bench that lJaterson was still in the Melbourne Hospital suf fering. from the eliect of the wounds initiated during his sen sational arrest, and was there fore not able to attend the Uourt. Messrs W. Mitchell, ^chairman), H. Ji. CJaiaecott, Or W. H. Melding and Dr J ohn Boy J's-P. comprised the Bench xw.o charges wwe preiemjeu against i'aterson. In the lirst, he was charged with having, on April i>, at Prancis street, Yarraville, unlawfully, felon iously and witu malice afore thought, shoot at j^ir/,abetn Paterson with intent to ^felon iously liill and murder'her.-i'he " seco/id charge against I'aterson was that he aiu, at -the same time and place,, unlawfully and feloniously wound with an iron bar, Thomas Paterson, the younger, with intent to lelu...